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DC/DCs deliver 40A for industrial, medical apps

Posted: 10 Aug 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:DC/DC converter? industrial application? medical application?

SynQor has launched the IQ24-QTA family of isolated DC/DC converters to address industrial and medical applications. The family of 18V to 36V input products offers up to 120W or 40A in a standard 2.30-inch x 1.45-inch quarter-brick footprint and pinout, at up to 93 percent efficiency.

Single output configurations available are 1.8V/40A, 3.3V/30A, 5V/24A, 7V/17A, 12V/10A, 15V/8A, 24V/5A, 30V/4A and 48V/2.5A. Thanks to the wide output voltage trim range of +10 percent/-20 percent, a variety of different voltages can be provided between 1.45V and 53V. The modules can be configured to supply either a positive or negative output, or can be wired in series to create higher output voltages.

The devices are available in three mechanical configurationsopen frame for convection-cooled applications, attached baseplate for conduction-cooled applications, and fully encapsulated for harsh environment applications. The encapsulated option offers the additional benefit of reinforced-grade isolation from input to output.

The IQ24-QTA series is capable of withstanding transients on the input up to 50V for 100ms. Calculated MTBF figures are in excess of 2 million hours, and all units are fully 6/6 RoHS compliant. Control and protection features include remote sense, input under-voltage lockout, output over-voltage protection, current limit, short circuit protection, and thermal shutdown. The operating temperature range is -40C to 100C.

The modules are priced at $103 in OEM quantities. Sample and production quantities are available immediately with a stock to eight week delivery.

- Gina Roos

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